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Head Teacher blog w/c 11th March

Monday started brilliantly for Junior 1 this week with a trip to Southwell Minster where they went time travelling. I have heard they are really inspired by some of what they heard whilst they were there especially the idea of toilet twinning- watch this space as it sounds brilliant. On Friday we joined our second round of Masterchef with Red Nose day raising a fantastic £251! A big thank you to everyone who supported us by sending a donation in for wearing red of buying cakes. They were absolutely delicious!


On to our brilliant book…
Infant 1- Super Sentence Writer was Alex- she wrote lots of sentences when retelling the hungry caterpillar story. She used her phonic knowledge and wrote independently. 
Bella, Ava and Rupert- all made repeated patterns with hardly any help at all. They showed such determination and pattern knowledge- I hear the fruit kebabs were delicious!
Jake and Alex- Mrs Dewick was really impressed with their reading. They showed such determination and enthusiasm during GOSH.


Infant 2- Frances and Amy- for fantastic problem solving for division worded problems and showing the inverse to prove their answers.
Jack, Amy, Leo and George- for brilliant behaviour, manners and effort at the multi-skills event on Thursday!


Junior 1- Thomas for his excellent mental calculations during cookery with Ms Thurman. Dividing by 16 was not easy but with determination he showed great accuracy! 
Krishan- for his excellent, accurate and well presented maths. Halving 3 digit numbers excellently.
Harrison and Sophia- for their excellent presentation and quantity of their work, dividing 3 digit numbers by 4 and 8!


Junior 2- Jack and Lukas- for writing really good interviews of characters from the book ‘Tuesday’. 
Finally the Junior football team. A really good effort from all 9 boys, some playing their first ever match, away at Flintham who won 7-2. Despite losing, we showed fantastic determination and team work, a real credit to the school!